Annual Holiday Boutique at Ellarslie,
the Trenton City Museum
December 4 – 6, 2015
Opening Wine & Cheese Reception
December 4, 6pm to 9pm
members free, nonmembers $10
Saturday, December 5 from 11am-5pm
Sunday, December 6 from 12noon – 4pm
The weekend event includes holiday crafts in the festive atmosphere of the Trenton City Museum where patrons can browse for gifts of hand crafted jewelry, pottery, stained glass, original art works, handmade pillows, ornaments, Trenton memorabilia, and much more. The boutique coincides with Holidays in the Victorian Room, which will feature period holiday decorations as well as an opportunity to see our current exhibits.
This long running event has expanded over the years and, as with many cultural institutions, the Trenton Museum Society now relies on artists, craftspeople, and patrons to help keep this historic building open and to continue artistic programs and events. The Holiday Boutique has become a premiere event featuring diverse and interesting art and crafts that attract discriminating shoppers. The Trenton Museum Society encourages all Trenton area shoppers to join us in what promises to be a wonderful weekend.
This year’s vendors:
Kay Conti – A.D. Ornamentals – Fabric Ornaments (vendor website)
Susan Bishop – Sunriver Arts – Fine silver and mixed metal jewelry and hand painted tiles (vendor website)
Eileen Cressman-Reeder – Polymer Clay sculptures and relief tiles
Karen Cummins – fine jewelry
Joyce Inderbitzin – Pottery including Raku vendor website
Stephanie Keeney – World Upcycle – Fabric clothing (vendor website)
Nelly Kouzmina – fiber arts (vendor website)
Dennis McGrath – Trenton/NJ Memorabilia
Maria Pisano – Memory Press – Handcrafted Books (vendor website) (www.mariagpisano.com)
Debbie Raab – Tea for All – Handcrafted tea blends (vendor website)
Marlene Stern – Beaded jewelry
Becky Urban – knitted and fabric wear
Susan Adams – Woman Space*
Ruthann Traylor – Home Front’s Art/Sew Space – hand crafted fabric items (vendor website)*
*Your purchases from these vendors not only meet your holiday shopping needs, they help homeless families and abused women.
Plenty of free parking is available in front of the museum in Cadwalader Park. A barrier-free, accessible entrance is located at the left end of the building.